The secret started when Kameroun Mares was going to California and her Siberian imposing, Semper Fidelis, which signifies “consistently unwavering” disappeared while she was no more.
Kameroun and her flat mate looked wherever for Semper however it was like he disappeared.When a lady’s canine disappeared while she was going to California, he appeared to evaporate like a phantom.
Much to her dismay that it would take over two years, a private examiner, and a court fight to get her canine home. They looked through neighborhoods, creature covers, set up signs, and looked
wherever that they could consider. With no karma, Mares, who experienced intense lymphoblastic leukemia, was shattered that she was unable to discover her canine that she got as a pup after her finding in 2013. Resolved to discover Semper,
Mares employed a private specialist named Ana Campos. As Campos started her examination, somebody recommended to Mares that she again check the record on her little guy’s AKC Reunite chip. She checked the chip and sufficiently sure, got her first hint.
She found on April 11, 2016, that a lady added her name to Semper’s AKC chip. From that point, she revealed that an individual auctions her canine off of Craigslist for $200. From that point onward, Campos revealed an extremely stunning sign. As indicated by her, it was Mare’s flat mate who sold Semper, she revealed: “He was taken and sold by her flat mate 2 1/2 years prior,” Campos composed on Facebook. “She was told he was lost on April 30, 2016. Be that as it may, on April 11, 2016 the purchaser added their name to his AKC Reunite ‘enrolled chip’.
They enlisted this enrolled chip on Petkey pets. Petkey pets did not bother to see if he was chipped already.” Armed with the knowledge of who had purchased her stolen dog, Mares took the person who purchased him to court. Thankfully the judge ruled in her favor and Semper was returned to her two and a half years after he went missing.Mares said, “I see him as an extension of myself and my heart,” Mares said. “I am glad I have him back in my arms.”